Washington, D.C. – In honor of Bassem Sabry, whose remarkable character and skill at his craft made him unique among Egyptian political commentators, the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy
TIMEP Expresses Concern over Ongoing Crackdown on Journalists in Egypt as Press Freedom Day Nears Washington, D.C. – In advance of the 21st anniversary of World Press Freedom Day, the
TIMEP Calls Upon U.S. Government to Hold Egypt to Highest Standards in Making Aid Determinations Encourages Increased Engagement with Egyptian Civil Society ————————————————————- Washington, D.C. – In response to news
Update (May 2, 2017): On Tuesday, May 2, President Abdel-Fattah El Sisi ratified an amendment to Article 10 of Egypt’s Protest Law. The amended article allows the interior minister or
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy condemns the April 2 bombing at Cairo University that targeted Egyptian security forces, killing a senior Egyptian police officer and wounding several of his colleagues.
TIMEP expresses hope that both the upcoming campaign season and presidential election will be conducted in a manner in keeping with established international norms associated with free and fair elections.
Due Process Standards Called into Question WASHINGTON, DC – The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy expresses its profound concern today over the mass sentencing of 529 individuals to death
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) commends Egypt’s Interim President Adly Mansour for his decision to call for a further investigation into the security force-led violence that took
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) expresses its grave concern over a recently proposed ban on strikes and confirms its support for the right of labor groups to
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) is deeply troubled by recent evidence of torture and the subsequent lack of investigative response. The past few weeks have witnessed a